|Prof Lucio Rodrigues... talking on Goan folk music in the US (1960s)|
LUCIO RODRIGUES (1916-73) was one of the few outstanding Konkani essayists. An authority on Goan folklore, he contributed several articles in English and Konkani to various periodicals and broadcast many talks. Besides serving as Professor of English in colleges in Bombay and Goa, he was Visiting Professor of Folklore at Indian University in 1969. Rodrigues' essays in English and the English translations of his Konkani essays were posthumously published under the titles *Of Soil and Soul* and *K...
Keywords: goa; portuguese tradition; folk music; mando; dulpod; talk-cum-programme
|The Stuti Choral Ensemble, Goa, performs at the Maquinez Palace (Sept 25, 2011) - The Stuti Choral Ensemble, Goa and MLS' Baroque Ensemble (String and Flute). Recorded by Frederick Noronha.|
The Stuti Choral Ensemble of Goa performs under the direction of Miguel Cotta, LTCL, and piano accompaniment by Pearl Viegas, ATCL, and the MLS' Baroque Ensemble (Strings & Flute) led by Ashley do Rego, LTCL. Performance recorded on Sunday, September 25, 2011, with permission from Dr Eufemiano Miranda.
Keywords: goa; choral; ensemble; stuti; miguel cotta; choral ensemble; classical; western; konkani; folk
|Stuti, Live in Goa - Stuti/MLS Baroque Ensemble|
The Stuti Choral Ensemble of Goa performs under the direction of Miguel Cotta, LTCL, and piano accompaniment by Pearl Viegas, ATCL, and the MLS' Baroque Ensemble (Strings & Flute) led by Ashley do Rego, LTCL. Performance recorded by Frederick Noronha on Sunday, September 25, 2011, with permission from Dr Eufemiano Miranda.
Keywords: goa, choral, ensemble, stuti, miguel cotta, choral ensemble, classical, western music, konkani music, folk music from goa
|The Dulpod - Recorded by Frederick Noronha|
Folk music from Goa The Mando is a slow verse-and-refrain song, in six-four time, dealing with love, tragedy and contemporary events, both social and political. The Mando-Dulpod is a slower variety of the Dulpod (or a quicker sort of Mando), also in six-four time, facilitating the transition from the Mando's slow rhythm to the quicker one of the Dulpod. The Dulpod itself, in six-eight time, is typically descriptive of Goan life, particularly that of the Christians...
Keywords: music; goa; folk; goa1556; book releases in goa; 2011; music from another era; dr jose pereira; fr antonio da costa; maestro micael martins